Club Marthas, Cala egos
Club Martha’s exceeded my expectations further than I thought possible. Tucked away in a quiet corner of Cala Egos on the outskirts of marina town Cala d’Or, 4 stars and extremely reasonable in price, Club Martha’s is the perfect family getaway.
The hotel on first glance was absolutely, immaculately pristine in every aspect. The friendly staff maintain this flawlessly throughout the day. The staff are one of the hotel’s best features, willing, helpful, friendly and hard working; with no exceptions.
The entertainment team provide great fun for the children early evening, discos, games and party dances; everything you could want to tire them out so the adults can take full advantage of the superb offering of cocktails and other bar related treats!
During the day there are action packed activities for those who want to get involved, football, archery, crafts, pool games (in one of the three available pools) to name just a few. If you want to lay on a lounger and soak up the sun while te kids play, that’s ok too! The large stretch of outdoor space is picturesque, clean and practical.
The bar and restaurant area were reasonably priced, from personal experience and due to a love of these small beachfront Balearic towns, all inclusive in Majorca is not something I can buy into. Why would I? Ok, it suits some people better, and that’s great. Cala Egos hosts an array of beautiful, unique and culturally embedded restaurants, bars and beauty spots, a stones throw away from the charming yet vast Cala d’Or marina, boasting some unspeakably expensive and mind blowingly stunning yachts, of every shape and size. Thus leading me to my final point....
The quaint, pretty town of Cala Egos is bursting with restaurants, all reasonably priced, all with something on offer to suit a family of all shapes and sizes. Somewhere to dine in style, slightly quieter with a more up market feel, just around the corner from a sports bar with a children’s play area. Every corner of this town is family friendly and perfectly welcoming in every way.
Photo: Club Martha’s - 1 bed apartment, bedroom. Credit: Sarah Formosa
Photo: Club Martha’s - The grounds are kept in pristine condition. Credit: Sarah Formosa
Photo: Club Martha’s - Ground floor apartment garden. Credit: Sarah Formosa
Photo: The Cala d’Or Train. Credit: Sarah Formosa
CALA EGOS/ CALA D'OR
Cala d'Or is a resort area on the southeast coast of the Spanish island of Mallorca (Majorca). It's known for its yacht marina along Cala Llonga. The shores are dotted with pine-fringed coves, including the main beach, Cala Gran. On a hilltop to the north, the medieval Santueri Castle overlooks S'Horta village and the coastline. To the southwest, Mondragó Natural Park is rich in birdlife, including shags and ospreys.